The SimGurus are sharing lots of Growing Together content!
It’s safe to say that The Sims fandom is hyped for The Sims 4 Growing Together expansion pack. The SimGurus continue to keep that hype train running today with some more information and screenshots. From a new adoption mechanic to public baby changing stations, there’s plenty of new images and information to keep us excited for March 16th!
How it started vs How it ended pic.twitter.com/F5GeBW56dA— Dave Miotke (@SimGuruNinja) March 6, 2023
SimGuruNinja revealed a new interaction on infants, called Adopt Sim. An adult Sim can use this interaction to officially adopt an infant! They even get an adorable adoption certificate. Being able to adopt infants directly in Live Mode opens up so much more storytelling opportunities. We hope this option will be available on newborns and older children, too, in The Sims 4 Growing Together. Here’s a closer look at the image:
The Sims 4 Growing Together: Infant Objects
My little play area that I built, and look how cute infant Cora is!!! 🥰 pic.twitter.com/p7pag7eBbr— GooGooGagaGuruMorgan (@SimGuruMorgan) March 6, 2023
SimGuruMorgan had plenty to share about The Sims 4 Growing Together. She showed off an infant playing inside a playpen and confirmed that playpens are customizable fence pieces that can be used like a regular fence. However, they come with baby proofing options on them. We also see a new toy box, some lovely curtains, and we get a good closeup of the toy the infant is playing with.
The new public infant changing table has us excited! Here’s a look at it being used in the game! These are going to make great additions to public bathroom builds! You can take a closer look at the screens below!
Other new objects include the splash pad objects, new chair designs, and new public venue décor designed specifically for the new community centre lot type.
In Growing Together, we added some fun new Build/Buy assets for Recreation Centers & Libraries—you might have spotted them during the Livestream in our builds. Just a preview – I won’t show all the Rec Center/Library objects. 😉 pic.twitter.com/OIq5EMp1R3— GooGooGagaGuruMorgan (@SimGuruMorgan) March 6, 2023
Here are some of the new objects designed for the community centre! We can see Simmers using these for a variety of different purposes!
The Splash Pad Play area in Gilbert Gardens is amazing! But you also have all the pieces to build your very own splash pad play area at home! Or why not at a public pool or your very own Recreation Center? 🐳 pic.twitter.com/9hDPAcrGTu— GooGooGagaGuruMorgan (@SimGuruMorgan) March 7, 2023
The splash pad is an uneditable area in The Sims 4 Growing Together but we have conformation that the splash pad objects will also be available for Simmers to place on a lot! Imagine all the backyard fun and custom water parks Simmers will build!
Modeling did some extra hookup with Whalebert so that if you want you can also place him in a Fountain. ⛲️ pic.twitter.com/uHOfGYhTm2— GooGooGagaGuruMorgan (@SimGuruMorgan) March 7, 2023
Also, SimGuruMorgan shared that Whalebert can be placed in fountains! How cool!
SimGuruNova showed off some more Build/Buy assets. Specifically, these rocking chairs! We love getting a sneak peek at some of the catalogue descriptions. They are always hilarious!
playmat swatches! pic.twitter.com/XS84zw9rdM— TreehouseGuruNova 🌳🏠 (@SimGuruNova) March 6, 2023
And finally, we get a look at the new infant play mat coming with this expansion! Thanks for the catalogue description and swatch previews, SimGuruNova! Get a closer look at the objects below!
The Sims 4 Growing Together: GLITCHES!
Thankfully, the following will not be a feature of the expansion. SimGuruNinja shared some developer screens of a glitch during early development where facial hair was displaying on infants. We’re super glad this bug was caught early and squashed, but we appreciate getting a good laugh out of it!
They grow up so fast.— Dave Miotke (@SimGuruNinja) March 7, 2023
(What we came to lovingly refer to as “Beard Baby” was a bug that showed up in early development on infants. Cracked us up.) pic.twitter.com/OTVRvWuS2o
Thank you to all the SimGurus for keeping our excitement level high for the new expansion!
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